SiLo wrote:The general planes of the wings are not broken, so the comparison is good thank you very much. It highlights how much the RB wing twists compared to the Mclaren wing in a corner.
It is a decent comparision and does show the RB flexing a bit more, although the fact that Vettel here in this picture is further on track being more in the braking zone(it seems), he also has his front suspension compressed more, thus running the wing closer to the ground.
Apart from that, we know that the McLArens are running very stiff, mainly on the front. Thus maintaining a more constant front ride height.
All this distorts the 'truth' in the picture due to different suspension settings as well as track position